Automatic periodic inspection, lubricating, adjusting and safety testing of your heating and cooling system keeps it running at peak, trouble-free efficiency. During planned maintenance, potential problems may be spotted before they cause trouble.
Regular system tune-ups will also help reduce energy consumption by keeping your heating and cooling system operating at peak efficiency. Your gas & electric companies recommend regular cleaning and adjustments.
Planned service inspections help reduce the number of emergency calls by revealing potential problems that can be corrected before causing a major repair bill.
Proper HVAC maintenance can help your unit last decades. On the flip-side, a neglected air conditioner loses roughly 5% of its efficiency each year that it operates without upkeep.
Filters and coils are both parts that require regular maintenance for your air conditioner to operate effectively and efficiently. Neglecting your unit leads to poor air conditioning performance and increased energy consumption. And regular maintenance is far less costly than repairs or a replacement.
By keeping your unit operating at peak performance, you will recover any money invested in upkeep by lower repair costs and savings on your electric bill. Both the homeowner and a professional can accomplish different aspects of preventative air conditioning maintenance.